European Review of Applied Psychology

The aim of the European Review of Applied Psychology is to promote high-quality applications of psychology to all areas of specialization, and to foster exchange among researchers and professionals.

Its policy is to attract a wide range of contributions, including empirical research, overviews of target issues, case studies, descriptions of instruments for research and diagnosis, and theoretical work related to applied psychology. In all cases, authors will refer to published and verificable facts, whether established in the study being reported or in earlier publications.

The journal is open to contributions from Europe and elsewhere, in fields such as health, development, psychological testing, environment, gerontology, economics, ergonomics, work, etc. Articles must be of interest to both the academic world and the professional community.

Editor-in-chief Jacques Py

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  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISSN: 1162-9088